Federal HR for Administrative Professionals

All NIHTC classes available for FY23 registration (August and September) are posted. If the class of interest to you is not posted, this class has either been conducted or is full. Check back in a few weeks when the NIHTC posts FY24 classes. Registration for FY24 classes begins in October.

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Federal HR for Administrative Professionals will help you successfully meet organizational objectives and abide by human resources laws as you handle the HR aspects within an administrative role. This class will cover compensation, hiring, and job classification. In addition, gain knowledge and skills in the "Think Like an Economist" section.

Federal HR for Administrative Professionals is a two-day class designed to assist non-HR administrators with the ins and outs of human resources management.

Key Topics
  • Identify the principles upon which the federal human resources management (HRM) system is based and outline how they affect federal HRM decisions.
  • Explore the compensation process, including classification, pay and benefits, and describe how equal pay for equal work is accomplished.
  • Explain the hiring process and how it is implemented in the federal government.

This course is for current federal non-HR administrators and management analysts interested in federal HR management.